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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1911)
Do You Know What Makes
a Good Wagon?
lOOn STOCK" is the first essential.
V Without good clear onk or hickory,
air dried and linlc tested, von cannot make a
good wagon. The wood should he carefully
selected, stored in covered drying sheds anil
left for years before used. In no other way
can the fibre strength natural to these woods
be ictiiiiicil. The manufacturei-s of the
have Ihc largest stock of air dried oak and
hickory in the United States and this wood
goes into the gears of every wagon they make.
They have rightly earned the reputation of
making the "best wagon on wheels."
If you want a really good wagon buy a
"The Store of Heller
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
C. A. Chapman left for Hood
A. M. tarn & Co, urn having their
I)r, U. C. Coo hurt purchased n
new Hudson automobile.
C. I,. Eaton of the Ten-Bar ranch
whs trading in Head etordny.
L. M. Toiler eame in from his
liotniMtiHtd at Milllcau Sunday.
S. A. Burge of Seattle registered
Monday at the I'ilot llutte Inn.
Rev. W. I.. Wilson relurneil to
Redmond the latter part of but
A. C. Barber vvns In town Satur
day from bin irrigated ranch oast of
A. L. French made n trip to Iji
I'lne Inst week, returning Thursday
S. N. Steele of the Stewnrt.Steelo
A Richards Co. left Mondny for
I'. J. Young was In
day from his ditch
place on the
Chrrles Mason nnd A. W. Howell
registered at the lleud Hotel Sun
day from Madras.
C. Masters, n general contractor
of Marnhfiold.Ore.. ii in Bend link
lng for a location.
F. It. ChalTeo of the United State
F.irest Service wan here Sunday on
hm way to Iji I'lne
II 1ST RFCFIlFD Two more carloads of up-to-J
UO I I1-jI-j1 V LsLJ )Int0 ri.liahU, furnituri,. you
will find here a store brim full, with new design, attractive styles
and tiialitltH at modernti prices. We invite you to call and in
spect our line. We can furnlHh your home or cabin complete at
very low prices. Full line of BriiM and Iron Beds, Steel and
Woven Wire Springs, MnttruHsori, Cots, Baby Cribs, DrurtMors,
Commodex, Dining Tablori and Chairs, Rockers, etc., and other
items too numerous to mention in an ml.
Thompson & Kennedy
Where your dollar does its duty.
Wall street, near First National Bank, Bend, Oregon.
Comfort and Style
PERFECTLY TANS and BLACKS,
PATENTS AND DULL LEATHER.
$4.25, $4.50, $5.00
R. M. Smith Clothing Company
Values." Hviul, Oregon.
I. It llalrd hat purchased n Hud
(ton ":0" car. which he brought over
from I'rlnevllle Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. II. Emery moved to
Mil I lean Monday. They have a
houumtead In that valley.
!'. E Ilrackett Ii a tiew arrival
from Seattle, who has come here
with intention of locating
Ed VmilanitliiKliHiii of Grass Val
ley, Ore., was a Bend visitor Sun
day, registering at Hotel llend.
Ikt A hunt ink' Ml with nlwut
100 IWAV) cartridge. Under plea'
return to C. C. I.. Bulletin olllce. 8
Mrs. Stewnrl.wifoof J.H.Stewart,
the locator, hits arrived in Bend
from MlnneapollH and will reside
Chnrlos I'rlngle of Seattle ban
purchased through M. S. tattln &.
Co. lot 18 of lot 2. block 12, itend.
Robert Tylur has returned to Bend
from hiit homestead nt Millicnn nnd
liegan work nt the Inundrj" Mondny
The Realty Honrd held n meeting
Saturday morning, nt which matters
pertaining to homestead locating
The Reo nuto which has been on
exhibition nt II. J. Eggleston's har
ness shop, was Hold last week to n
J. A. MacCloskcy nn.l W. K.
Barker of Portland nre in Bend In
vestignting building iMHtniblllies from
a contracting stnndoint
The members of tho local flro hose
company tiro practicing nearly night
Mrs C 0. T. WllllnmH, Mrs. J.
M. Iawronco's mother, from Oregon
City, nrrivod Saturday evening, and
will remain here probably sevcrnl
(5. A. IUih.t of La I'lne wns In
Bond Monday on bin way to I'rlne
vllle to attend couuty crturt, whurfi
ho expoetfl to receive license to open
u tuiloon at In Pine.
O. I,. Hoyen, who spent several
dnys In and around Bend looking
for land, returned but week to
Seattle, called there by the Illness
of his eldeHt daughter.
!:. Wagoner. II. '.. Grilllth and
N. ('. Jatinseii of the Central Oregon
Well Company of Culver brought n
well drilling outfit to Itend I (tut week
and will drill fm water at the brick
yatd. The "".00" club wns onterUiined
by Mm. A. M. Lura at the Ijirn
residence In I 'ark Addition last
Thursday. There were eight tables.
tAftet playing, a delicious luncheon
I i:. (! Wright of O'Nell was a
I Head visitor last week. While here
he wan pleiiHHiitl) Miiriirim! by meet
iiiK an old Uklahoma friend, I. M
MarKhall. whom he hail
not mtuii In
three yearn. .
The Heml locators'
wax formed Saturday
i the following "Ulcers:
1 W. It. Wilkinson; vice-president. 0.
1 C. Henkle, M-cretnry and treasurer,
With the coming of Hummer time
many nwning.s are being put up by
local husiriess house, tast week
the Bend Hotel had two bunt;
on Bond street, the Koma saloon one
and W. C Bredenhagcn one.
H. N. Stronjr. Dintrict Mnnnja'r
of the Oregon Life Insurance Co. of
Portland, wan in Bend Thursday and
Friday. With him was K. C. Crihb.
the new Crook county ngent for the
companj. who is located at Prine-
It. H. Deynrmond has opened n
well equipped gnrnge nnd machine
shop In his new building on the cor -
tier of Hawthorn avenue and Fourth
street. In connection with this a
specialty will Iw carriage repair1
Uimw Averill, Secretary of The'
Bend Company, arrived Sunday to '
take up his duties here. Mr.Averill
came from Minncntwlis. He bos
leen connwtel with the Brooks-1
Scanlon nnd the Scanlnn-Gipson com
panies for n numtwr of yeans.
L. W. Nelson nnd L. W. Davis.
formerly of Seattle, left Sunday for
their homesteads at Whltaker. They
will begin this week to make Im-
proveinenu, ami Mr, cison tins n
contract to uo some plowing lor .
C. McCuston, who has a claim in
sec. 7, 20-17.
The Fifth Grade baseball team of
the Itend school will piny a game
with the Prineville fifth graders1
probably n week from this Sntunlny. '
llie hoys nave been circulating n
subscription list to defray the ex
iiensott of the team. Ted Hoke is
captain, Rolert Innes, manager.
John W. Searls of S)okans xont
several tlays in and nround Bend last
week iliscus-ing with Uie rancherj
nnd huftitiottt men the ostnblishment
of a creamery here. He stated that
he found conditions here riH for
such an Industry but loft without
making any public announcement as
to his plans.
Yesterday Dr. F. S. Sundliorg re
turned from Portland, where he
had taken Henry Linster, the I) year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lin
ster. The boy. with bis mother,
was left at the St. Vincent's hos
pital. He is suffering from a severe
attack of gangrenous npendicitis
and is not exacted to recover.
The "Whatsoevers" will meet with
Mrs. W. W. Faulkner noxt Friday,
May r, at 2 p. in. All members nre
requested to come prepared to cut
nnd sew cnrjH't rags, nnd the chnir
men of the different committees to
mnko their monthly reports. It is
especially desired that atrangurs he
present. Refreshments will be
Mr. nntl Mrs. Thomas E. Gray
were in town Friday night from
their homestead thirty-five miles to
the southeast. Mrs. Gray camo in
to arrange her bond as postmaster
of the newly established Whitnker
postolllce. Tho pacra wore sent to
Washington nnd she expects to re
ceive her commission to open tho
olllce in about a month.
A five-ton White auto truck bound
from Madras to Ln Pino, loaded to
capacity, broke through tho bridgo
that spans tho Central Oregon irri
gation ditch about five miles south
of Bend Inst week. The henvy mn
chino tlropped six feet but wns not
badly damaged. A forco of men
was Bent down by Peterson Broa,,of
the La Pino Mercantile Company,
and got tho car and freight out.
Mrs. K. , Wilson will move Into'.'
uiu ounoing lormcriy occujneo ty
the hospital annex.
0. C Henkle nnd h. M. Tozler
loft yesUirday for Mndrns In Mr.
There will be an Important meet
ing of the Little Workers with Mrs.
K. I). Mcintosh Saturday nt 2 p. m.
Work wns begun this morning on
u 20x20 garage which II. H. Ford
will build on his lot in Park Addi
tion. Mrs. Jackson Silbough, a temjier
nnce lecturer will stump Crook
county in the near future, says the
.1... I... 1 1. 1 1 m . t.. ii
Judge II. C. Fllis and a number
of other Bond peoplu are nttendlng
county court at Prineville. Circuit
court is also in session. '
Henkle & Ford went out to the ,
homestead landB one day last week
in both their nutos, Uiklng out six
men who filed wi 320-acre home
Prof. J. C. F. Harrington and
MIhw Ann Markel and Nona Rich
ardson attended the teachers' insti
tute which was held nt Kedmond
The full page cover picture of
the Portland Oregonian Magazine
Section of Sunday, April .'SO, in a re-
j production of u photograph of linn-
I'r-'1 Helfrich, who recently open-
Nboe tttioji in the Davioa Build-
injr. nan been sick for the past ten
iluyH but bus now o far recoverel
as to be back nt work.
The regular meeting of the Kpis
cojhi! Guild will be held nt the home
of Mrs. F. F. Stidth.Thunvlaynfter
noon. All interested nre urged to
attend; ail bring thimbles and ficis
wjth. The Kighth Grnde baseball team
went to Prineville Satunlny nnd
played the Kigth (Iraile nine of the
' Crook County High School. The
core was 8 to 2 In favor of the
On Sunday evening. May 7th. nt
eight o'clock. Itev. F. C. W. Parker. '
, Baptist General Miwiionnry of Ore-1
. KW, will occupy the pulpit of the1
Bend Baptist church. The public is
REAL ESTATE ACTIVE
Ucnd Property Heine Ittveited In
ci. , . . . . , , ,
.. Sn of rt'nl esta c ,n nnd nround
iwnd nre rejwriecj Rood now by
realty operators. During the past
week or ten days there has been
I much city property, as well as some
I outside of town, that has changed
hands. The following sales nre re-
ported by James Ryan:
Tracts 7 and 8 (7 H acres,)
nel Addition, to Ed. Chittenden.
Swtf nwtf. sec. 13, 18-12,
Jnmes Herb for J. L. Byrne.
E of tract 3, Lytlo Acres,
W. J. McGillvrny for Dr. B. Ferrell"
Lot 18 of lot 2, block 12
to J. O'Donrell for Charles Pringle. I
.,..., . , .
NwK nei. sec. 30. 18-R,, to Dr.
B. remill for . J. McG Vroy. I
bits 8, i) nnd 10, block 1, hen-
wood Addition, to W. P. Downing.
1it It, block 17, Deschutes Addi
tion, to Guy 0. Hudson for Frank
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M!W I'IMAt .sTAklS IIUSINUSS.
Young & Clark is the firm name
(adopted by George S. Young nnd
F. B. Clnrk, who hnve gone into
partnership nnd will conduct nn en
gineering nnd architectural olllce,
toniornrily located in the J. A.
Enstos office on Oregon street. Mr.
Clark comes here from Seattle, where
he has had considerable architectural
ex'iericnco. He was schooled in the
engineering department of the Uni
versity of Washington. Mr. Clnrk
states the firm will make a specialty
of handling irrigation projects and
the architectural work of bungalow
and residence building.
FANS SUB POOR FIGHT.
At Redmond on Monday night
Louis Long, who was beaten here in
four rounds by "Jady" Rice n few
weeks ago, found another man he
could not lick, fighting a highly un
interesting draw with a lanky Mis
sourinn of unknown fnme nnd title.
Tho nllcged bout was something be
tween n hugging bee and a wrestling
match. Tho fans were treated to
ten rounds of it.
JUSTlIIUNi! T1U LAUtsDRY.
Cnll up the Bend Steam Laundry
on the telephone and tell them if
you have a laundry bundle. They
will call and get it and return it to
you dean and yell laundored. x
TXK bnve been fortunate in securing a
fine glnsH berry bowl nt nn extrn
low price and are going to give
Ing to our customers. We have pur-j
clia')ed u large number of these bowls
nnd nre going to sell themas long as!
they lnst--at the ridiculously low price
of lfic each, on the following conditions:
Each nnd every customer purchasing
$ 1 00 worth of goods may hnve the privi
lege of buying ane of these handsome bowls (just liko II
lustration) for only
1AK wish to call the attention of the Bend ladies to the line of new
corsets we have just added to our popular store. They are the
new practical models. Longer shirts, lower busU, lighter boning
and other improvements are embodied in these corsets. Nothing
"faddy" or freakish items of worth and reliability only. Made by
concerns or countrywide lame, who, like ourselves, have a reputa
Hon to HUBUiln. iou arc asKed
to step in nnd examine these
corsets. We have them nt
"THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY."
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
III'I'AKTMhVT OV INTHMIOX
United Suit Lin.l oilier The Ull Orron
April j4 i vi l
TolltllftA BffkmaB el nwl. Ottjon Cud
Vu art hrrthr notltnl that Hovcot llowrd
whoglrrt Brwl tntfoa, hit fo-tiitVr i.
diM dijun Mirth i. iv' sir i ihu oa h
duly curnturatnj pplKvtloti to uinUit auJ
N oja-4 Serial Mo oy-4. madrPebruary 7.191a.
iutwiin ax M 115 nw4. tec J5, iwp 10
S, Mange i, K WllUtnrtte Meridian, and aa
Eruuuda for hlacunlex he allrgra that aald lief
crt A Herkmao haa wholly abandoned aM
tract fur mote than ( raoutha lax paat, that he
nerer cttabtlahed reaidrncv upon or cultivated
any part thereof, that aald fai!urwaanolcued
by hit employment In the army, navy or marine
(orpa of (he United Matea In Hue ol war or
Viul a B aksAAfAA ... k BulllJ tk lLa
on the 1
rooteaual either In peraon or by
reet.lered mall Ifthia aerrice It made bv the
either in ieron or br
dtTirery of a copy of your antwer to the conteat
Ih'aatd ronteatant'a written acknowledgement
of hit receipt of the copy, bolo( the date of ila i
receipt. or the amdaHt of the p.raon by whom1
mall. Moot of auch aereictf mutt conil.t of the
lamoaell olllie peraon by wbom the copy waa
mailol. atatmc when ami the pottotbee lu which
t-iu by'e MrtTiATh.ifiw
aa ftmault tir in tour au.wvr the luincuf
the i-tornce to wi,uh)oude.ue further nottcea
lwleofat.ii.uUtaato.1 Mayi. in
s ii c w MuuKh. Keguter
mm iircatioo win b taken by thta o aa "e btar ranch lately.
harloc canfeawtt bjr you, and your aaid
muy will tDCllnl ttrctnindtr without your Evcrone Is hllsv farmlnir nnd
furthtr rlht to b- hmnt ihrrHn. either bfortL.1' Lr'. ? a "Yay """'"Ki a
Ihla oor ur on appeal. It yea fall to file Is this ' there Will be lTlUCh gTBin and Other
pc.iorotlmVnot.Vh'rwX.cror in this spring. All will
.r.o'th'leT.-'oTnf.'iTr " Im,d PIttSter 0n Iand
ou tail wllhln that time to file la thta office due' . .
Geo. W. McMillan's Life In-
On March 31, 1911, Mr. Geo. W. McMillan, President
of the McMillan Grain Company, was examined for lifi
insurance by Oregon Life, lie passed a first-class exam
ination. Tn settlement of the first year's premium the soliciting
agent accepted a note payable in thirty days.
In due course of business the policy was issued and sent
bv registered mail to Mr. MoMillan on Friday, April 7,
1911, at 6:15 P.M.
On Friday, April 7,. at 6:10 P. M.. Mr. McMillan was
Accidentally killed byTb"euj$ run bvr by a freight train, a
short distance from his place of business.
On Sunday, April 9, funeral services over tho remains
of Mr. McMillan were held.
On Monday, April 10, a check for $5000.00, the full
amount of his policy in Oregon Life, was paid to the widow.
Mr. McMillan carried insurance in six other companies,
nnd they will undoubtedly in courso of time pay the respec
tive amounts due on their policies, but Oregon Life Insur
ance Company, as always, was first to pay.
TjCSr U our agents do not reach you, write, phone or call.
Home Office, Oorbett Bldff., 6th and Morrison, Portland.
A. L. Mills,
. C. Cribb, Agent
QVTl LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS,
advertised last week, hnve
Ix-cn selling wry rapidly, and the
petticoats here ofTered will please
the ladles as well. They are
made of good white muslin, and
we call special attention to the
deep Jounces, new patterns of
loce and embroideries and wide
flnre Inwn rullles. Workman
ship perfect In every' detail.
These are a very' sjecial bargain nt
$1.25 and $1.50
Tcmaw, May 2. Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Wimer of Grants Pass are vis
iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Wimer. nt this nlace. Thev
iotmorly rcslueu at Laid law and
,. nwrw.. il,. ...
own Property there now.
Geo. W. Wimer and Mrs. Wimer
are both afflicted with rheumatism
and have been confined to their
rooms. They arc now improving.
J. H. Wenandy has had teams
nnnllnrr n Inrrrn ammtnt rf katr wm
I . ...
John U. Wimer IS Kept DUSy lOOK-
t t r ir i r . w
log U1U.T Uie wregon, YYasninglOn
Idnho Finance eomruinv'a intprpflts
luml" rtnanci company 5 mieresui.
"" - -
r OR SUMMER )'OU need a pair Of
Oxfords. Get them at R. M. Smith
Plntkinrr Cn ' fL.t
. Ueforo buying residence property,
Int. mo shnu vnu Tvnnwnnil AiM
" e. ou cnwoouAua.,
nn nnv lvrm T TJvnn R.f
on easy icrms. J. jan. &-u
in Oregon Life
for Crook County